Internal Landscapes

Optical quality, transparent glass has unique properties such that only it’s faults are visible to the naked eye.

This series of colour images explore the strange, remote landscapes of these fault’s structures and examine, in macrocosmic detail, some subtle equivalences and resonances with the body , emotion and cosmology.

Created as an integral part of several strands of research into the psychological and cultural significances of glass whilst studying at the Royal College of Art (1997-99), this series was subsequently exhibited as part of the Man Photography Prize show at the RCA in 2007.

These images are available as digital or C type prints in limited editions of 7.